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The Wiesenthal International Advocacy Internship will expose students to public policy, legislation, and advocacy to combat antisemitism, fight bigotry and stereotyping and ensure proper legal and de-facto treatment of minority communities.
Wiesenthal Government Advocacy Interns will:
- Have the opportunity to receive hands-on experience in the offices of consulates representing various international governments, United Nations missions, and international organizations, to learn about mechanisms of political movement in a dynamic, intellectually rigorous environment.
- Participate in regular workshop sessions with consular officials, top lobbyists, issue-based advocates, and Jewish leaders on the international scene, to understand the currents of effective Jewish communal advocacy on an international-based issue approach.
- Be partnered with mentors who shape front-line policy decisions to gain insight and guidance from an insider perspective.
- Receive a stipend of $1,500 upon completion of the program.
*The Wiesenthal International Advocacy Internship Program is accepting applications for the 2023 class - download flyer and application here.